Mansfield, MA, October 15, 2014 – Accolade Technology, the technology leader in advanced deep packet analysis and High Performance Computing Network adapters today announced it will be showcasing its growing line of high performance FPGA based packet capture, processing and offload adapters at the SC14 HPC Conference being held at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, in New Orleans, November 17-20, 2014. The SC14 Conference 2014 is the world’s premier Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage and Analysis.
Accolade will be featured in booth # 3260 highlighting the market’s first 2 X 100 GigE deep packet analysis adapter for Big Data Analytics and Cyber Security Applications. The ANIC-200K captures data at 200 Gbps performing host CPU offload functions such as packet filtering, slicing, deduplication, flow classification, load balancing across 32 CPU cores, Deep Packet Inspection and much more. Accolade’s ANIC series of adapters offer full line-rate packet capture and transfer from 1-200 Gbps. Accolade’s products are widely deployed by global OEM customers in HPC, Network Monitoring and Security (IPS, IDS, DPI, Network Forensics) appliances as well as Network Test and Measurement equipment.
“The SC14 Conference is the premier global venue for Accolade to showcase its market leading 2 x 100 GigE technology to the HPC world,” said Robbie Dhillon, CEO. “Accolade’s uncompromising focus on R & D has resulted in leading edge products that serve the most demanding HPC applications”
About Accolade Technology
Based in Massachusetts, Accolade Technology is the technology leader in the FPGA based Application Acceleration Adapter/NIC market. Accolade’s ANIC series of advanced Adapters are optimized to offload multi-core host CPUs in a variety of target applications including network monitoring, network/cyber security, (IPS, IDS, DPI, DDoS, Network Forensics) network test, latency measurement and video monitoring.
Accolade’s NICs offer lossless packet capture at Line Rate, the richest acceleration feature sets at the best value per GigE port in the 1 GigE to 100 GigE performance spectrum.